The former Working Men’s Conservative Club in Altrincham has been transformed into a relaxed brasserie and microbrewery, serving up meats and seafood (cooked or raw) to order, brunch, coffee and cakes. The owner, David Vanderhook, is also behind The George Charles pub in Didsbury and Lime bar at Salford Quays.
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After the arrival of Salford Quays player David Vanderhook two years back, the former Altrincham Conservative Working Men’s Club is now a brasserie/microbrewery, having had a “fantastic” industrial-chic makeover. The “eclectic” Japanese/grilled meat menu can seem a little “overrated”, and even fans agree it’s secondary to the “highly enjoyable”, “loud and glamorous” atmosphere.
In autumn 2016 this former Working Men’s Conservative Club in Altrincham was transformed into a stylishly tricked-out brasserie and microbrewery, serving up charcoal grilled meats, sushi and sashimi. The owner, David Vanderhook, is also behind The George Charles pub in Didsbury and Lime bar at Salford Quays. Too limited feedback for a rating, but one early report praises “very convivial surroundings and an excellent addition to Altrincham’s dining scene”.
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|Wine per bottle||£18.00|
48 Greenwood St, Altrincham, WA14 1RZ
|Monday||11 am‑9:30 pm|
|Tuesday||11 am‑9:30 pm|
|Wednesday||11 am‑9:30 pm|
|Thursday||11 am‑9:30 pm|
|Friday||10 am‑10 pm|
|Saturday||10 am‑10 pm|
|Sunday||10 am‑9 pm|